Reading Reflections: Easter Week

What would you write for your EASTER acrostic poem?
  • Today’s reading investigation: What does God’s Word say to you about Easter?
  • Family Sharing: *Invite everyone to read and share today’s scripture. Discuss each passage.
  • Materials: family learning journals/paper, pencils, colored pencils, and/or crayons. Remind them to open their journals to the next available page and date it. Don’t forget to have them label the top of the page with today’s EASTER acrostic poem.
  • Guided enquiry: “Now that we’ve shared God’s Word, what will you write as your own EASTER poem?”
  • First: Guide your learners to space and draft the word EASTER (using the capitals letters down the left side of their paper… skipping two spaces between each letter). Remind: each letter of the word EASTER is the beginning letter of the first word for that letter… E= Eternal…
  • Next: Allow everyone 10-15 minutes to put their thoughts on paper about what Easter means to them. Younger learners can choose the scripture passage that they like. Older learners can use each of the passages from the slide above or their favorite scripture passages. Encourage: them to illuminate their poem. An illumination is an EMBELLISHMENT, or additional decoration that enhances the pages of a written, or manuscript page.
  • Skill Discussion: “Let’s share what you’ve penned! Encourage everyone to share… including your youngest.

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